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Offline Litrecola_

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Re: Team V Palace
« Reply #20 on: August 11, 2018, 03:13:26 AM »


Instead of who? Marchand is basically Ream with a beret.

This is absolutely fantastic.

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Re: Team V Palace
« Reply #21 on: August 11, 2018, 07:16:21 AM »
Not sure I'd be very good in SJ's selection role for today's game.  I've looked at the suggested line-ups above and whilst they seem okay I am not that sure it is what we will see.  SJ is keen on players who work for each other and can be relied upon, has had little time to measure up the very new arrivals, and so has to roll the dice.  Perhaps a surprise or two in the line-up this afternoon depending upon who is really fit to play. 

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Re: Team V Palace
« Reply #22 on: August 11, 2018, 07:32:57 AM »
I agree with the view that this is a massive punt ... a completely untested team (with the obvious exceptions).

Hudds, B&H etc.  stuck with their winning sides.

An interesting afternoon ahead.


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Re: Team V Palace
« Reply #23 on: August 11, 2018, 07:48:20 AM »
                             Betts
Christie    Chambers       Ream      Bryan
                            Kmac
                 TC                     Seri
Schurrle (AK)                              R.Sess
         Woodrow    Mitro


Subs: Fabri, MLM, Fosu, StefJo, Vietto, AK (Schurrle)

It must have been a close call on Woodrow
Only missed three chances yesterday

Offline alfie

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Re: Team V Palace
« Reply #24 on: August 11, 2018, 09:03:45 AM »
I really dont know what we'll go with tomorrow as when we got Mitro he went straight into the team so Slav might do the same with some of yesterdays signings especially Fosu who has prem experience.

In the future when everyone is fit I can see the team being:


                        Rico
Fosu     Chambers   Mawson     Bryan

                     Anguissa
     Cairney                       Seri

Schurlle                                Sessegnon
                      Mitro

Subs:
Betts/Fabri, Christie, Ream, Mcdonald, Johansen, Ak, Vietto

Now that's a team!!! Fancy Alfie wil keep back line together. Let's bloody well hope so.

Watched the first Premier League match of the season tonight. Just can't see us matching the pace power and intensity of either of the teams on display for quite a few weeks.

Still ........ COYW......
I will do my best Fernhurst but it’s been a good few years since last played

Offline Jem

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Re: Team V Palace
« Reply #25 on: August 11, 2018, 09:23:05 AM »
So many options. I bet Roy is scratching his head and wondering who the heck his team will be playing against.


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Re: Team V Palace
« Reply #26 on: August 11, 2018, 09:48:14 AM »
It’s probably going to be

Fabri
Fosu-Mensah Chambers Le Marchand Bryan
Cairney McDonald Seri
Schürrle Mitrovic Sessegnon

Guaita
Wan Bissaka Tomkins Sakho van Aanholt
Townsend Milivojević Kouyaté McArthur
Zaha Benteke

Intriguing contest.

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Re: Team V Palace
« Reply #27 on: August 11, 2018, 09:56:42 AM »
I really dont know what we'll go with tomorrow as when we got Mitro he went straight into the team so Slav might do the same with some of yesterdays signings especially Fosu who has prem experience.

In the future when everyone is fit I can see the team being:


                        Rico
Fosu     Chambers   Mawson     Bryan

                     Anguissa
     Cairney                       Seri

Schurlle                                Sessegnon
                      Mitro

Subs:
Betts/Fabri, Christie, Ream, Mcdonald, Johansen, Ak, Vietto

Now that's a team!!! Fancy Alfie wil keep back line together. Let's bloody well hope so.

Watched the first Premier League match of the season tonight. Just can't see us matching the pace power and intensity of either of the teams on display for quite a few weeks.

Still ........ COYW......
I will do my best Fernhurst but it’s been a good few years since last played


Good Luck Alfie  :005:

Offline filham

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Re: Team V Palace
« Reply #28 on: August 11, 2018, 10:54:28 AM »
Yes, I guess Mr FFC has got the team right, remember, Odoi, Mawson and Ream are not available and the five deadline day signings can't be ready yet.

If we beat Palace the team selection for the Spurs game, with more new players available, is going to be interesting.